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WRAP to participate in Prime Source Forum
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Mar '10
WRAP is confirmed to participate in the 5th Prime Source Forum to be held in Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center, March 29-31, 2010.

WRAP's President and CEO, Mr. Steve Jesseph, is representing the organization at the forum. The annual event has also invited WRAP to chair the Corporate Social Responsibility group under its newly launched ThinkTank groups.

About 500 participants from all sectors of the apparel industry will attend the Forum, organized by APLF Ltd, UBM Asia and SIC Group this year. It aims to bring together senior management from across the globe to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing manufactures, suppliers and retailers in the garment and textile industry. This international event also offers ample opportunity for delegates to network with the expert panelists and exchange ideas with peers. WRAP has contributed to the event as a sponsor and participant in the past three years.

This year the Forum launched a new platform - the Prime Source ThinkTank. It allows senior executives of the international apparel industry to have further discussions on current issues. The forum is formed by eight different groups including trade policy, supply chain, product safety, sustainability, corporate social responsibility, and so on. WRAP will chair its Corporate Social Responsibility group at the Forum discussing social and environmental issues in the manufacturing industry.

WRAP is an independent and international NGO dedicated to certifying facilities that engaged in lawful, humane and ethical operations. As the world's largest labor and environmental certification program for the sewn products sector, WRAP now also certifies hotels and resorts, house wares, furniture, jewelry, electronics and more.

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